Masquerade Ball 2015

Friday 28 August 2015

Our 2015 Annual Foundation Dinner was our most exciting yet. MC Tim Campbell entertained the crowd with his sparkling wit, and dance floor hits. Fire-breathing barmen mixed up cocktails, and the room lit up for our live auction.

For our Masquerade Ball, our very generous community of businesses and supporters gave almost $100,000 worth of prizes and products. So, through the generosity of our guests, close to $200,000 was raised on the night!

These funds will allow the Foundation to facilitate vital research so that doctors in St George & Sutherland Hospitals can continue to improve and save lives.

The night was also a roaring success thanks to our Annual Foundation Dinner Sponsors: Tynan Motors, St George Private Hospital, St George & Sutherland Shire Leader and St.George Bank.

If you attended in 2015 and have any feedback on the night, please complete our survey to help us improve our 2016 event.

Stay tuned to our Facebook page for more details about our 2016 Annual Foundation Dinner.

For more details about how you or your business can support our 2016 Dinner, please click here, or contact icare@ssmrf.com.au

To see all the photos from the night, please click here.

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